Red Bull Ride and Style 2013 Event Update

Red Bull Ride and Style

SAN FRANCISCO, CA- May 4th 2013, The Annual Red Bull Ride and Style will be held at Justin Herman plaza.  This has traditionally been an awesome event because it brings together awesome street artists for course design and some of the best riders in fixed gear biking.  Word on the street is that the course is full of treachery as some of the inspiration has been borrowed from X-Games Rallycross.  Jason Clary mentioned that he is going to be using a hybrid between a trick bike and a race bike to navigate his way through the course.

Anyhow, we’ll be out there supporting our favorite riders and chillin’ with the homies.  Roll out and enjoy a weekend shredding bikes with us.  Hit us up on Twitter or Instagram and don’t forget to bring your Boombot!

Fixed Gear Freestyle: Pre-Qualified Riders (Top 10)
Josh Boothby, Joe McKeag, Matt Reyes, Michael Chacon, Justin “Congo” Mitchell, Matt Montoya, Ed “Wonka” LaForte, Jakob Santos, Miles Mathia, and Tyler Johnson.

Race: Pre-Qualified Riders (Top 16)
Addison Zawada, Walton Brush, Edgar Juarez, Jason Clary, Hernan Montenegro, Kell McKenzie, Austin Horse,Massan Fluker, Chas Christensen, Jerome Stretch, Steven Tortorelli, Justin “Congo” Mitchell, Kapri Gonzalez, Tony Rabeneau, Scott Piercefield, and David Trimble.

For more information, please follow @redbullSFO / #rideNstyle on Twitter and join the Facebook event page for updates.

Above photo credit: Justin Kosman / Red Bull Content Pool

Red Bull Kluge – Complex machine powered by world renowned action sport athletes

Amazing video of world-class athletes combining physical skills with physics

Got six minutes to spare? Good — you’re going to love this.

The following video, entitled “Red Bull Kluge” is perhaps one of the most captivating commercials ever created. Basically, it’s an action sport-athlete powered Rube Goldberg machine.

Red Bull Kluge skateboarder

Red Bull Kluge biker

Red Bull Kluge action sports

And these aren’t your run-of-the-mill athletes we’re talking about going through this real-life mousetrap — these are global names. Lolo Jones, Ryan Scheckler, and more.

The whole thing was created by Adam Sadowsky of Syyn labs. The final numbers: 100 workers were used to build the course, which took 17 days and approximately 25 tons of material. There’s something going on at every level, whether it’s weights falling, bowling balls rolling, chainsaws hacking, or athletes stunting, like on of our awesomely loud portable speakers, the video’s entertaining from start to end.


Red Bull Crashed Ice 2012 – Québec City

Red Bull Crashed Ice

With the summer coming up, we’d like to take a look back at the crazy events that took place last winter.  At the top of my list is the Red Bull Crashed Ice 2012 in Québec City, Canada:


Can you imagine how nuts you’ve got to be to skate downhill in a race course that’s almost like a bobsleighed track … but with bumps!  Pretty nuts indeed, but the cool part is that there were 244 guys that decided to live on the edge and participate in this year’s event.  As always, there were some wicked crashes and rad stunts!

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Mad scientists comes up with mouth spray that gets you instantly drunk

Like to feel drunk, but hate drinking? We’ve got the gadget for you!

WA|HH Quantum Sensations

Not sure what spurred French-American scientist David Edwards to come up with the WA|HH Quantum Sensations, but one thing’s for sure – when it hits the market, I want it. In mass quantities.

Shut up and take my money meme

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Sky diver/base jumper looking to break record for highest skydive ever (23 MILES)

Three things to know: Felix Baumgartner

If Felix Baumgartner is anything, he’s fearless. If he’s anything else, he’s also crazy.

Let’s go over some of his stats: he’s jumped — approximately speaking — 2,500 times from various planes and helicopters. He’s also done a ton of BASE jumping from some of the highest landmarks and skyscrapers in the world, including the Christ the Redeemer statue overlooking Rio de Janeiro and the Taipei 101 in Taiwan.

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